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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - ONE OF THE FEW TANKS I HAVE PICTURES OF.

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State: Idaho
Country: United States
Description: 75 GALLON TNAK
Advice: READ UP ON WHAT YOU WANT TO DO. MORE READING AND TIME = LESS MONEY IN THE LONG RUN
Fish Kept: 4 NEON TETRAS, 1 BLACK TETRA, 5 RED-EYED TETRA, 5 SWORDTAILS, 5 DWARF FROGS, 3 CHERRY-BARBS, 3 GOLDEN BARBS, 2 PINK TETRAS, 5 PLATTIES, 1 LEPORD PLECO (6IN), AND A FEW OTHERS I CANT REMEMBER THERE NAMES. ALSO HAVE A BREEDER NET IN IT WITH 14 BABY PLATTIES.
Corals/Plants: FAKE PLANTS OF ALL SORTS AND LAVA ROCKS
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: GO BIG OR GO HOME
About Yourself: MY WIFE RUNS AN AT HOME DAYCRE. SO ALL THE FISH TANKS ARE FOR THE KIDS.......AND US TO. WE HAVE MORE THAN THIS TANK. 120 WITH FIRE BELLIED TOADS, 120 WITH 7 AFRICAN CHICLIDS AND 33 CONVICTS, 30 W/ BREEDING PAIR OF BLOOD-PARROTS AND BREEDING PAIR OF CONVICTS, 30 W/ NOTHING YET, 10 FOR BABIES OR QUARTINE TANK, 10 W/ NOTHING YET, AND A 20 WITH HERMIT CRABS.

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